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    Kremlin: new U.S. sanctions not consistent with talks over cooperation
    Sep07

    Kremlin: new U.S. sanctions not consistent with talks over cooperation

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Expanded U.S. sanctions on Russia are not consistent with talks over possible cooperation between Russia and the United States in other areas, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Wednesday. …read more Source:...

    Orban hails whoever supports Bulgaria against migration
    Sep07

    Orban hails whoever supports Bulgaria against migration

    At a forum in Krintsa Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban praised the countries which assist Bulgaria for the protection of its borders from illegal migration in Southeastern Europe. With the prime ministers of Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Ukraine attending Orban demanded protection of EU borders from uncontrolled migration and once...

    OSCE-Ukraine-Russia contact group resumes talks in Minsk
    Sep07

    OSCE-Ukraine-Russia contact group resumes talks in Minsk

    The meeting was preceded by a meeting of the coordinators of the working groups and also the talks of the working groups. …read more Source:...

    Talks on Ukraine resume in Minsk with meeting of working group coordinators
    Sep07

    Talks on Ukraine resume in Minsk with meeting of working group coordinators

    The previous meeting of the trilateral contact group took place in the Belarusian capital on 26 August. Back then, OSCE special representative Martin Sajdik called for ceasing fire in the conflict zone in the country’s east due to the start of the new academic year. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine decides against hosting Kosovo teams
    Sep07

    Ukraine decides against hosting Kosovo teams

    Ukraine’s basketball and football teams will play their EuroBasket and World Cup qualifiers against Kosovo at neutral venues outside Ukraine.Ukrainian Ambassador to Serbia Oleksandr Aleksandrovych announced this Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    Bulgaria Wouldn’t Back Waiver of EU Sanctions on Russia
    Sep07

    Bulgaria Wouldn’t Back Waiver of EU Sanctions on Russia

    Russia disregarded international law and Bulgaria will not support an end to sanctions imposed by the EU, Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov has said.Mitov has told Reuters in an interview that Russia’s actions with regard to the Ukraine crisis “can’t be left without consequences and the only peaceful instrument is...

    Protesters in Kyiv quit blockade of TV channel deemed as being pro-Kremlin
    Sep07

    Protesters in Kyiv quit blockade of TV channel deemed as being pro-Kremlin

    Protesters in Ukrainian capital Kyiv have on September 6 quit a siege on Inter TV channel that has also suffered an attempt of arson for allegedly pursuing a pro-Kremlin agenda. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Bulgaria will not support abolition of EU sanctions against Russia
    Sep07

    Bulgaria will not support abolition of EU sanctions against Russia

    Bulgaria will not support abolition of the EU sanctions against Russia, Bulgaria’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Daniel Mitov said in an interview for Reuters. In Minister Mitov’s view, Russia violated the international law and order during the Ukrainian crisis, which can’t be left without consequences and sanctions are the only...

    Russia is preparing for a full-scale INVASION of Ukraine, warns President Poroshenko 
    Sep07

    Russia is preparing for a full-scale INVASION of Ukraine, warns President Poroshenko 

    Petro Poroshenko warned that with Europe’s internal strength being tested by the migration crisis and terrorist attacks, governments could become powerless to deal with Kremlin ‘aggression’. …read more Source: Daily...

    A Man in Crimea Self-Immolated to Save His Wife’s Cafe From Officials, Who Razed It Anyway
    Sep06

    A Man in Crimea Self-Immolated to Save His Wife’s Cafe From Officials, Who Razed It Anyway

    Yalta Harbor. Source: Victoria Vasilieva, Flickr Late last week, 75-year-old Yalta pensioner Alexander Strekalin poured acetone down his back, lit himself on fire, and collapsed near Primorsky Beach in the center of the city. Strekalin, a former deputy head of Yalta’s city administration and years earlier a Chernobyl first responder, was...

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